Blissmas and I'm thrilled. I love this bit of cool in the midst of some serious heat. We've not had rain in quite a few days so anything cool and Christimasy is right up my alley.
For my part of the festivities, I thought I'd highlight some of my favorite Christmas tunes. Okay, I'll give. There are two versions of the same song, but start sexy and end sexy is my motto!!
Gary Allan is on my all time favorite sexy singers list. Why? Partly because of this song. Yes. He's got that pleading sound in his voice that just begs for me to hug him and come home. Yanno?
I'm a sucker for emotional songs. This one, Believe sung by Josh Groban, is particularly special because it reminds me of all the times I watched Polar Express with my small person. It also painfully reminds me that the small person won't be small forever. Sniffle.
Okay, enough with the super emo stuff...
Andy Williams will always be one of my traditional favorites. I talk with a friend of mine often about how he was sexy in his prime. I love his version of O Holy Night. Even if you're not in to religious songs, this one is guaranteed to give chills.
And now for a little fun! Little Saint Nick by the Beach Boys has always been a favorite. I thought it was originally recorded by the Muppets (I'm only 33) so I was rather excited to find out it was done by the Beach Boys!
I'll end with the same song I started with, but only because you can't have Christmas and a sad song without Jon Bon Jovi singing this Eagles classic. He brought the sexy back.
It’s 1970. The world is in upheaval. Can two people really make a difference and find love at the same time?
Noel Flynt signed up for the Army to carry out his family duty. He never expected the travesties of Vietnam to take their toll on him. He’s coming back to the world he thought he knew, but with everything changing around him, he’s going to have to learn he can’t live in the past.
Cindy Stephens couldn’t wait for Noel to return. She sees the man within the uniform and has loved him for as long as she can remember. But times have changed. She’s not the timid schoolgirl any longer. Can she accept his changes, too? The only constants are time and love.
Reader Advisory: This book contains one war hero, the woman who loves him, lots of hot sex, with a little spanking mixed in for good measure.
Available for preorder here!
“I’m a virgin,” she whispered. Cindy closed her legs and sat up. “Surprised?” She dipped her head, letting her hair fall in front of her face. “Sorry. Yes, I’m on the pill, but I’m still a virgin.”
Holy hell, it was a surprise, but he welcomed the new information with open arms. She wanted him to be her first. Fuck, yes. Noel unfastened his belt and jeans.
She covered her breasts and brought her knees together. “You’re not upset?”
“Why would I be upset?” Noel knelt in front of her. “I’m honoured. I can’t say it won’t hurt, but I am damned proud to be your first.” He tapped her thigh. “You don’t have to be sorry. I want to make you feel good.”
Noel spread her legs and kissed the inside of her knee. Cindy kept her attention on him as she eased down on to her elbows. Her lips parted.
“Beautiful.” Noel trailed his fingers up and down her skin, stopping short of touching her pussy. The scent of her flowery perfume lingered on her skin. Cream glistened on her labia. Using the tip of his tongue, he licked long strokes over the slick skin.
“Oh, my!” Her hands fluttered and her bracelet jingled on her wrist.
Noel dragged his lips over her clit and eased her all the way down on the bed. He grabbed her hands and placed them on his head. “Touch me, Sunshine.”
She peeked at him. More liquid heat covered her pussy. Her nipples beaded. Cindy writhed in time with his licks and rewarded him with soft moans. Noel hummed against her clit. “This might hurt.”
When she nodded, he eased one finger into her sweet channel. Her pussy walls clamped down on him. Oh, hell. The tight fit was heaven.
Do you want to get your name in the hat for the $50 All Romance Ebooks voucher? How about a book from my back list? Then leave your name and email in the comments. If we can't get in touch with you, we can't award you a prize, so email and name. For the best part!!! I'm giving away a pdf from my backlist. You know the drill. Comment, leave email, leave name, and you're in the hat. Grin.
And click here to read the past posts and catch up on all things Blissemas!